Lecturer 12 Month (0.75 FTE)
Ph.D. in ecology, evolution, biological sciences, or a field closely related to the subject of the search.
Research emphasis on quantitative methods and biological statistics. Experience teaching undergraduate and/or graduate lecture courses on research methods and/or statistics. Experience teaching courses in evolutionary biology. Experience conducting research using geometric morphometrics. Significant research experience, including authorship of at least five publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Responsibilities & Requirements
The successful candidate for this part-time position (75% FTE)will teach a course in statistics and data analysis for biology majors (BIO 211), with additional summer teaching to include an online course in evolution for biology majors (BIO 354), in addition to an online version of the statistics and data analysis course. An additional graduate course on geometric morphometrics (BEE 564) will be taught during the spring semester of year 2 for this temporary position. There will also be the opportunity to conduct research during the academic year and summer. The successful candidate will be expected to design an online version of BIO 211 that can be offered during the summer session to expand course access for students. An additional online course will be developed for winter session potentially as a cross-listed course offering (e.g., POL/BIO Evolution, Gender and Politics).
This is a part time non-tenure track position at 0.75 FTE. FLSA Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Internal and external search to occur simultaneously. Anticipated Start Date: May 2019.
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Ms. Donna DiGiovanni
Department of Ecology and Evolution
Stony Borok University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8600
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Official Job Title: Lecturer 12 Month
Campus: Stony Brook West Campus
Department: Ecology and Evolution, CAS
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
Posting Start Date: 10/11/2018
Posting End Date: 10/21/2018
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